yerba santa


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Synonyms for yerba santa

viscid evergreen shrub of western United States with white to deep lilac flowers

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S leaves Damiana Uncertain Dry the leaves Horehound Very common Dry the leaves Mint(s) Common in wild and Dry the leaves gardens Manzanita Widespread in west Dry the leaves and southwest Mugwort Widespread along Dry the leaves streams Mullein Widespread in fields Dry the first year leaves Passionflower Widespread vine in Dry the leaves leaf west and south Sage(s) Widespread in Dry the leaves gardens and in wild Yerba santa Widespread Dry the leaves throughout the west Willow Widespread along Dry the young bark, streams worldwide shred it.
The Yerba Santa is definitely in evidence, but marries well with the clovey yeast and hops.
Esta "la yerba santa pa' la garganta/ el keisimon, pa' la hinchazon/la abrecaminos pa' su destino/ la ruda pal' que madruga/ la albahaca pa' la gente flaca/ el epazote para los brotes/ el vetiver para el que no ve/ y cota estas yerbas se sana usted", tal como canta Celia Cruz en "El verberito moderno".
About 44,315 acres (17,935 ha) of critical habitat are being proposed for the La Graciosa thistle (Cirsium loncholepis), 8,495 acres (3,440 ha) for the Lompoc yerba santa (Eriodictyon capitatum), and 14,020 acres (5,675 ha) for the Gaviota tarplant (Deinandra increscens ssp.
6 filetes de pescado de carne blanca (150 gr c/u) 6 hojas de yerba santa muy bien lavadas y secas y ligeramente asadas en el comal Para la salsa 8 jitomates guajillos asados.
Known for its moisturizing and lubricating properties, similar to those of aloe vera, the yerba santa ingredient in MouthKote will keep performers' vocal area moist and ready.
Thyme, horehound, marshmallow, yerba santa, cherry and soothing honey are the main ingredients, and there are no artificial colors, flavors or animal products in the alcohol-free, vegetable-glycerin-based syrup.